MAY (onwards) – 2016
St Davids Community Orchard Project. The Orchard Project aims to provide perpetual living food banks where all local people, regardless of income, can benefit from crops of organically grown fresh fruit. If you would like to get involved in this project, especially if you have any patches of publicly accessible land which can be used, please contact Melanie Maloney on 01436 721848 or e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Most Tuesdays at 1pm – St Davids Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre and Landscape Gallery. Walk in the Park. Open to walkers of all abilities, each session has a short route of under 1 hour and a longer one for those who want to walk a little further. If you would like to take part, contact the walk leader Paul Casson at email@example.com or call 07866 771107
Most Thursdays – 11am. Wild Food Foraging. Discover your inner forager and join Julia on a foraging walk around St Davids Cathedral and local byways, collecting edible wild plants to use in cooking, drinks, natural cosmetics, remedies, dyes etc. £10 per person (children 7+ only) – booking essential 01437 720392
Saturday 8th to Sunday 17th September – St Davids Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre and Landscape Gallery. Enchanted landscapes: Pembrokeshire in Myth and Legend. Did you know that an ancient kingdom is said to lie off the north coast of Pembrokeshire or that a Yew tree in Nevern churchyard appears to bleed? Described in the Mabinogi as ‘Land of mystery and enchantment’ the ancient landscape of Pembrokeshire has many tales to tell. In this exhibition of art work from the National Museum of Wales collections, discover some of these stories and learn how they reflect the coastal landscape today. Gallery open daily 10am to 4pm.
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July 31st to Saturday 30th September – St Davids Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre and Landscape Gallery, Discovery Room windows, Exhibition of Salt Beach Jewellery. Locally made jewellery made from silver and beach-found glass from the Pembrokeshire coastline as well as unique pieces created from antique silver spoon rings to treasure for a life time.
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Sunday 17th – 9.45am to 3.30pm – Seal walk around St Davids. Booking Essential – 01437 720392
Wednesday 20th – 2pm to 4pm – Walk: Maes y Mynydd, St Davids. The Lost Village. Free, but booking Essential – 01437 720392
Friday 22nd – 6pm to 8pm – Family Event – Bats at the Bishops’ Palace, St Davids. Booking Essential – 01437 720392
Saturday 23rd to Saturday 30th – Tenby Arts Festival
A week of music, drama, talks, art, literature and much more…..
Saturday 23rd – Celtic Camping, Pale Moon Event with tickets available from The Sloop. Ark, Whole Foods, TyF shop, The Mill Cafe, Trefin.
Sunday 24th – 9.45am to 3.30pm – Seal walk around st Davids. Booking Essential – 01437 720392
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Sunday 22nd – 10am to 4pm – St Davids Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre and Landscape Gallery. Harvest Fayre.
Tuesday 31st – 10.30am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 4pm – Get Arty for Halloween.
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Saturday 18th – 7.30pm – Côr Dyfed Choir in concert – a programme of French music – Fauré, Langlais Widor and Vierne in St Davids cathedral.
Thursday 30th to Saturday 2nd December – St Davids City Hall – Festival of Christmas Trees
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Thursday 30th November to Saturday 2nd December – St Davids City Hall – Festival of Christmas Trees
Saturday 2nd December – 5pm – St Davids Square – Lighting of the Christmas Tree.
Saturday 16th – 7.30pm – Pembrokeshire Samaritan’s fundraising concert with Côr Dyfed Choir – Christmas readings and carols in St Davids cathedral.
Friday 22nd – 7pm – Service of Nine Lessons and Carols in St Davids cathedral – arrive early as this service is extremely popular.